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Naturalization Granted for Person with Crimes

Naturalization Granted for Person with Crimes

Person becomes U.S. Citizen even with conviction for carrying a loaded firearm and arrest for battery. Naturalization Granted for Person with Crimes, the law requires that you show that you have resided in the U.S. for a specific period of time, and that for all of that time period you have been and continue to be “a person of good moral character.” When you apply for naturalization, USCIS will run your fingerprints and name(s) through every database imaginable—federal, state, international, and local. If you are still on probation or have not completely paid a fine, you will not qualify to naturalize. This includes any traffic tickets, although USCIS doesn’t always require court records for traffic tickets.

Naturalization Granted for Person with Crimes